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All-Star Maple Leafs’ rookie Auston Matthews: Hockey’s incomparable player

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All-Star Maple Leafs’ rookie Auston Matthews: Hockey’s incomparable player

By Hunter Crowther (@HunterCrowther) The first overall pick in last year’s draft will play among the stars in Los Angeles at the end of the month. Auston Matthews, the 19-year-old superstar who has emerged as the most dynamic prospect in modern Maple Leafs’ history, was selected as Toronto’s representative for the Atlantic Division in the […]

2016 World Cup of Hockey: Marchand scores twice, Canada beats Russia 5-3, advance to World Cup final

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2016 World Cup of Hockey: Marchand scores twice, Canada beats Russia 5-3, advance to World Cup final

By Hunter Crowther (@HunterCrowther) TORONTO — There was a moment, ever so brief, of fear near the end of the 2nd period in the Air Canada Centre. Forward Evgeny Kuznestov had given the highly-skilled Russian squad a 2-1 lead with 3:36 to go in the period. Canada was losing for the first time in the […]

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2016 World Cup of Hockey: Russia vs Team North America Live Blog

By Hunter Crowther (@HunterCrowther)  Live blog: Team North America vs Russia Final score: Russia 4 – Team North America 3 This was, without question, the most exciting of the six games played so far. Each team was able to generate dozens of quality scoring chances, and neither looked out of it at any point. Credit […]

The Hockey Guys Podcast: May 18, 2016

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The Hockey Guys Podcast: May 18, 2016

Dust off the cobwebs and listen to the latest episode of The Hockey Guys Podcast with Chris Shannon (@ChrisShannon16) and Hunter Crowther (@HunterCrowther). They discuss the two Conference Finals: the San Jose Sharks tied up their series against the St. Louis Blues, while the Pittsburgh Penguins head to Tampa Bay to face the Lightning in […]

For the Nerds of Nostalgia, Pittsburgh’s New Uniform Matters

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For the Nerds of Nostalgia, Pittsburgh’s New Uniform Matters

By Joe Depto (@JoeDepto)   Social media has demonstrated itself as a powerful tool for spreading information, but its most memorable content is often the reactionary dialogue to the reported information. The Pittsburgh Penguins unveiled their third/alternate jerseys this morning, and the response from Twitter’s rampant hockey community didn’t feel crass, esoteric, or as if […]

Pittsburgh Penguins’ Cap Structure a Huge Problem for New Management

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Pittsburgh Penguins’ Cap Structure a Huge Problem for New Management

  By: Ryan Kiray (@RyanK_THG) Few people realize that the last emperor of Rome was not deposed until 476 CE. Nor did contemporaries of the latter stages of the Roman Empire realize that the once grand civilization had truly collapsed somewhere around or shortly after 324, the government of the Empire having been placed on […]

Michael Dal Colle Scouting Report: 2014 NHL Draft Prospect Profile – Oshawa Generals

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Michael Dal Colle Scouting Report: 2014 NHL Draft Prospect Profile – Oshawa Generals

By Todd Cordell (@ToddCordell) Michael Dal Colle Age – 17 Position – Left Wing Height – 6′2″ Weight – 171 Draft Projection: Top-10 OHL Team: Oshawa Generals 2013 Regular Season Stats: 39 goals, 56 assists, 95 points, +8, 34PIM, 67 games played 2013 Playoff Stats: 8 goals, 12 assists, 20 points, 0PIM, 12 games played […]

Pittsburgh Penguins Notebook : Buy-Low Trading, Defensive Regression, and Bottom Six Woes

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Pittsburgh Penguins Notebook : Buy-Low Trading, Defensive Regression, and Bottom Six Woes

By : Joe Depto (@JoeDepto) Last night, the Pittsburgh Penguins defeated the Vancouver Canucks in a 5-4 shootout victory. Regardless of achieving two points in the standings, the team was very lucky to survive regulation. It took two goals, scored by Kris Letang and Sidney Crosby, in mere seconds to advance the game past regulation. […]

A Forgettable Night in NYC, Pens Lose 5-1

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A Forgettable Night in NYC, Pens Lose 5-1

By Rich Miller (@pensbender) In what at first appeared to have the makings of a very entertaining game, the New York Rangers easily took down the Eastern Conference leading Pittsburgh Penguins 5-1 Wednesday night at Madison Square Garden.  New York was able to capitalize on several costly mistakes while getting stellar goaltending from Henrik Lundqvist […]

Just How Good Are the Pittsburgh Penguins?

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Just How Good Are the Pittsburgh Penguins?

By Rich Miller (@pensbender) They’re 7-1 and sitting comfortably atop the Metropolitan Division, but how excited should fans be for this Penguins team? There are reasons to believe this team is already on the cusp of being the best in hockey; there are also some question marks regarding the sustainability of their success. Let’s start by […]

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